integers. And, the zeroes represent states of no change (of order), rather than an

integer with no content. Or, in the language of games: Lose, Win, or Draw.

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Adversity, and Net Neutality are represented on Haskell's PCS.

need a initial reference device. Recall our initial vectors:

Vector

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area represents the initial state of the “union” Xand Yas a “single” system.

Co-Action

Circle

X + Y

Circleas the fourth axis of the Periodic Coordinate System. This circle represents the

state of the union at the beginning of a relationship. It is the geometric sum of (X) and

(Y) at the initiation of their co-Action. This reference circle is made by sweeping a

neutral Co-Action vector, ro, around the ORIGIN.

net (+) positiveeffect (increase in order), an adversaryor net (-) negativeeffect

(decrease in order), or a neutral (0)or no effect at all (no change in order) . You

must have a reference, what was the state of the system before before the co-Actionis

initiated — the condition of the individuals before their relationshipbegins. This is

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Perhaps an even better name might be the Circle of Neutrality. This circle represents

a net neutralrelationship between (X) & (Y). But, regardless what we call it, the area

of this zero-zero circlerepresents the geometric sum of Xand Y’s condition at the

start of the relationship. This represents the simple sum of their individual order

before their interaction.

at any point, the magnitudes of (X) and (Y) are equal but their signs are opposite so the

net co-Action is zero. He called this the Axis of Atropy.

synergic (increasing order). Those co-Action vectors that are equalto the radius of

the zero-zero circle are net neutral (static order). And, those co-Action vectors that

arelessthan the radius of the zero-zero circle are net adversary (decreasing order).

That which is to the right and up from the axis of atropy is net synergic. That which

is left and below the axis of atropy is net adversary. And that which falls on the axis

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Synergy

Adversity

Neutrality

ready to use the PCS to examine some relationships. Again recall our initial vectors:

Vector

arrow tip is used when the direction of the vector also has special meaning. In the

Periodic Coordinate Systemvectors are used to represent orderwhich has both

quantity and quality. The condition of an individual has both quantity and

quality.The direction of the vectors will be discussed later. For now, we can then sum

our vectors and examine the net effect without concern for direction.

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positive (increasing order).

Neutral

order).

Adversary

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Net Positive

Synergic

No Change

Neutral

Net Negative

Adversary

vectors. That is what is the effect of the relationship on the conditions of (X) and (Y).

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